The youth of early modern women /
Through fifteen essays that draw on a rich array of primary sources, this collection makes the novel claim that early modern European women, like men, had a youth. European culture recognised that, between childhood and full adulthood, early modern women experienced distinctive physiological, social...
Amsterdam University Press,
|Series:||Gendering the late medieval and early modern world.
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HQ798 .Y68 2018